Welcome to Abnormal Geometry!

After a devastating disaster, sisters Bobbi and Poppy find themselves stuck in a world where everything is made of shapes - Abnormality. Follow them and their friends, new and old, as they live their funny, romantic, and action-packed slice-of-life journey on their way back to the real world. Updates Wednesdays and Sundays.


January 1st, 2017, 11:08 am

It Begins!

Wow. Okay. So, this is my first webcomic, to start off. I've been working on Abnormal Geometry for about 4 months at this time, in December 2016, and I tried to have a huge archive ready to post when I did decide to post it. That being said, I never thought I'd launch a webcomic for REAL, ever. I'm pretty cowardly. But here it is, the title page is up, half the first chapter's up, and I'm pretty proud of myself.
That being said, this is by no means supposed to be a GOOD webcomic. The art style is simplified because - well, you'll see soon, it's part of the plot. This is really just my thing. I've always been a try-but-never-do kind of person, so I figured I'd DO something, no matter how insignificant. Then again, if this webcomic thing works out, I've got other ideas I can't put into book format that I've been imagining episodically, so I might just attempt that.
If this is Lila reading this comment, and I'm sure it's not because you don't stop to read comments, meh.
If this is a viewer, first of all, THANK YOU. SOMEONE IS READING MY THING THAT'S NOT A FANFIC (https://www.fanfiction.net/u/6313264/mckee11223). Next, a bit of shameless self-promotion, PLEASE HELP ME ADVERTISE THIS. If you think Abnormal Geometry is good, please tell your friends! And finally, I really hope you'll stay with me till the end. Yes, I have an ending planned, with twists and turns already. Also, comment. On anything. Everything. I love to hear from you, even if it's boring stuff like "cool!" or "hi!" or "first" or even "stupid" or "horrible webcomic." I just want to hear from you. And don't be afraid to comment! Seriously. I love feedback or chatting.
All that being said, I just want to say, safe ride, Butterfly! (This'll make sense in a year or two)

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